1. schumi_xtreme01's Avatar
    I have an idea with regards to this but I wanna get a concrete explanation on how this work. I know there's a encryption option both on device and sd in BlackBerry 10 devices.

    but does android, ios and windows does have this wherein user can manually encrypt data??

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    01-27-16 09:44 PM
  2. Soulstream's Avatar
    Yes, all modern mobile OSs support device encryption.
    01-28-16 02:08 AM
  3. schumi_xtreme01's Avatar
    Yes, all modern mobile OSs support device encryption.
    I mean on other os can u do it also manually?? because on BlackBerry u can also encrypt sd cards


    Posted via CB10
    01-28-16 02:25 AM
  4. RoseBud68's Avatar
    IPhone don't have SD cards.

    Posted via CB10
    01-28-16 12:50 PM
  5. cribble2k's Avatar
    I mean on other os can u do it also manually?? because on BlackBerry u can also encrypt sd cards


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    Android can encrypt the phone storage and if you have a phone with a SD card, that can also be encrypted.

    Posted via the CrackBerry App for Android
    01-28-16 04:57 PM
  6. hkkelvinlee's Avatar
    Yes, all modern mobile OSs support device encryption.
    Yes but I am disheartened by fact that SD card encryption at BB10 is still inferior to legacy BBOS, which gives you the option to exclude media files.

    Posted via CB10
    01-28-16 11:52 PM
  7. Soapm's Avatar
    IPhone don't have SD cards.

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    That makes them more secure...
    01-29-16 12:34 AM
  8. jope28's Avatar
    That makes them more secure...
    Well, I just made a face like the one on your display pic.
    How do you figure that an encrypted SD card is less secure than the istuff?

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    Last edited by jope28; 01-31-16 at 08:12 AM.
    01-30-16 01:14 PM
  9. thurask's Avatar
    That makes them more secure...
    Perhaps, if one were to just pick up SD cards off of the street and stick them in their phone.

    I find much cheaper storage expansion more desirable, though.
    01-30-16 01:17 PM
  10. Soapm's Avatar
    Well, I just made a face like the one on your display pic.
    How do you figure that an encrypted SD card is less secure and the istuff?

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    No SD Card is always more secure than any encryption. It's like not having a secret, if you don't have a secret then there's no way it can slip out...
    01-30-16 04:14 PM
  11. jope28's Avatar
    No SD Card is always more secure than any encryption. It's like not having a secret, if you don't have a secret then there's no way it can slip out...
    Wow.
    Just wow. Let's just agree to disagree on different sides of the fence lol

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    01-30-16 04:26 PM
  12. Elephant_Canyon's Avatar
    No SD Card is always more secure than any encryption. It's like not having a secret, if you don't have a secret then there's no way it can slip out...
    I… I can't tell if you're serious or not.
    01-31-16 08:09 AM
  13. Soapm's Avatar
    Wow.
    Just wow. Let's just agree to disagree on different sides of the fence lol

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    Sure, but isn't that why Apple doesn't have SD card slots? I read that somewhere. In a sense I was being sarcastic but somehow they find logic in that... It's like saying you can build a vault with steel reinforced 6 foot thick concrete walls, ceilings and floors to secure your money but a broke man doesn't need any of that... Noone can take nothing...

    I worked in a government office that didn't even provide USB ports, this way you couldn't load info to a thumb drive.
    02-01-16 01:06 AM
  14. Soapm's Avatar
    I… I can't tell if you're serious or not.
    Neither, just being ape type philosophical...
    02-01-16 01:06 AM
  15. thurask's Avatar
    Sure, but isn't that why Apple doesn't have SD card slots? I read that somewhere. In a sense I was being sarcastic but somehow they find logic in that... It's like saying you can build a vault with steel reinforced 6 foot thick concrete walls, ceilings and floors to secure your money but a broke man doesn't need any of that... Noone can take nothing...

    I worked in a government office that didn't even provide USB ports, this way you couldn't load info to a thumb drive.
    I think it's because they can then price gouge with internal storage tiers.
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    02-01-16 01:10 AM
  16. Carjackd's Avatar
    I think it's because they can then price gouge with internal storage tiers.
    Bingo!!!
    02-01-16 02:05 AM
  17. Prem WatsApp's Avatar
    I think it's because they can then price gouge with internal storage tiers.
    That 8GB iPhoney was useless... :-)

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    02-01-16 02:44 AM
  18. Soapm's Avatar
    I think it's because they can then price gouge with internal storage tiers.
    Oh, I love when they mask a limitation as a feature...

    Like when the anti-theft device went out on my Buick, the computer part costed me $1800, and the guy at the dealership said, "cheaper than having your car stolen..."
    02-01-16 09:08 PM
  19. Prem WatsApp's Avatar
    Oh, I love when they mask a limitation as a feature...

    Like when the anti-theft device went out on my Buick, the computer part costed me $1800, and the guy at the dealership said, "cheaper than having your car stolen..."
    He's funny! Buying a new one of him would have made him more profit... ;-P

      There's a Crack in the Berry right now...  
    02-02-16 02:53 AM

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